This doesn't appear to be a known functional test failure (if I am
reading the logs right), but I am also not the best resource to
troubleshoot this particular type of problem. I am going to move this to
the dev list for more feedback. If you want to add more details about
your system (local? tracking galaxy-dist or central?) that might help.
On 12/18/13 2:42 AM, Nicolas Lapalu wrote:
I tried to run CCAT functionnal test, but I get an exception (same
problem via web form)
Data are well associated with the hg18 build, which is available in
Error running CCAT.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/galaxy-dev/tools/peak_calling/ccat_wrapper.py", line 41,
if __name__ == "__main__": main()
File "/home/galaxy-dev/tools/peak_calling/ccat_wrapper.py", line 38,
return stop_err( tmp_dir, e )
File "/home/galaxy-dev/tools/peak_calling/ccat_wrapper.py", line 13,
AssertionError: The required chromosome length file does not exist.
Any Idea ?
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